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Indexes of files and metadata on the DWD CDC FTP server

Created with indexFTP and createIndex used in updateIndexes. In functions, you can access them with rdwd:::fileIndex etc. fileIndex: A data.frame with the filenames (and derived information) at the default base value dwdbase. metaIndex: A data.frame with the contents of all the station description files (..._Beschreibung_Stationen.txt) under dwdbase. geoIndex: metaIndex distilled to geographic locations. gridIndex: Vector of file paths at gridbase. formatIndex: (modified) table from ftp://opendata.dwd.de/climate_environment/CDC/observations_germany/climate/subdaily/standard_format/formate_kl.html

Keywords
datasets
Format

fileIndex: data.frame with character strings. ca 260k rows x 8 columns: res, var, per (see selectDWD), station id, time series start and end, and ismeta information, all according to path. metaIndex: data.frame with ca 97k rows for 12 columns: Stations_id, von_datum, bis_datum, Stationshoehe, geoBreite, geoLaenge, Stationsname, Bundesland, res, var, per, hasfile geoIndex: data.frame with ca 6k rows for 11 columns: id, name, state, lat, lon, ele, nfiles, nonpublic, recentfile, display, col gridIndex: Vector with ca 50k file paths at gridbase formatIndex: data.frame with 140 rows for 12 columns: Ke_Ind, Kennung, Label, Beschreibung, Einheit, Code-Tabellen, Zusatzinfo, Typ, Pos, Erlaubt, Fehlk, dividebyten

See Also

createIndex, indexFTP, selectDWD, findID, metaInfo, https://bookdown.org/brry/rdwd

Aliases
  • index
  • fileIndex
  • metaIndex
  • geoIndex
  • gridIndex
  • formatIndex
Examples
# NOT RUN {
data(fileIndex)
data(metaIndex)
data(geoIndex)
head(fileIndex)
head(metaIndex)
head(geoIndex)

# in functions, you can use head(rdwd:::fileIndex) etc, but I don't export them
# because Hadley says 'Never @export a data set' in
# browseURL("http://r-pkgs.had.co.nz/data.html#data-data")

# }
Documentation reproduced from package rdwd, version 1.2.0, License: GPL (>= 2)

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